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Platform(s): PlayStation 3
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software
Developer: Nippon Ichi Software

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'Cross Edge' (PS3) Announced

by Rainier on March 24, 2009 @ 4:10 a.m. PDT

Cross Edge is a RPG co-developed by Nippon Ichi Software, Idea Factory, Gust, Namco Bandai, and Capcom featuring infamous characters from each of the company, such as Etna (Disgaea), Aurica (Ar tonelico), Marie (Atelier Marie), Meu (Spectral Souls) and Morgan (Darkstalkers).

Cross Edge is a RPG co-developed by Nippon IchiSoftware, Idea Factory, Gust, Namco Bandai, and Capcomfeaturing infamous characters from each of the company, such as such as Etna (Disgaea), Aurica (Ar tonelico), Marie (AtlierMarie), Meu (Spectral Souls) and Morgan (Darkstalkers).

Gamers can expect a battle carnage between the various game characters and a extensive synthesizing system to indulge in for hours to come.

To celebrate the announcement, Nippon Ichi is having a Cross Edge best costume contest and you can vote for your favorite. The top two characters will be in our Cross Edge Giclee print. This Giclee print will be given to participants who will be randomly selected at the end of the contest.

Key Features

  • Main Characters from 5 different games: Cross Edge features infamous characters from Disgaea, Darkstalkers, Mana Khemia 3, Ar tonelico, and Spectral Souls.
  • Action Battle System: By pressing the control buttons accordingly during battles you can do various attacks for change combos and special skills.
  • Costume Change: Changing the costume will not only change the character status, but you will change the actual appearance as will.
  • Action Dungeon: Unlike ordinary RPGs, Cross Edge features a side scrolling action dungeons. Here you can jump, run, and search for various treasures like in a action game.

Cross Edge is scheduled to be released on May, 2009.


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